The teacher education programs use an electronic portfolio system to collect artifacts that are required for admission, state licensure, and graduation.
Tk20, our portfolio system, is a part of the company called Watermark. You may find
references to Tk20 and Watermark on our pages, though both refer to the same software
You must purchase your own Tk20 account. You can either purchase a subscription code from the WCU Bookstore or you can purchase your account online via a credit card. Follow these directions to purchase your account online.
For more detailed information on edTPA, visit our dedicated website.
You will be granted access to the edTPA portfolio for your program during the first week of your Intern II semester. To access your edTPA portfolio:
To submit a course assignment:
If you accidently submitted an assignment and need to undo that:
That will unsubmit your work so you can continue editing it and submit it later.
Students in the MAT or MAED degree programs must complete the Comprehensive Portfolio.
Note: the Comprehensive Portfolio was formerly called the "Advanced Licensure Portfolio" so you may still see that language in some documentation.
For EE6: Participation Documentation Form
For the Content Knowledge assignment in Music: Score Study Detailed Directions
Here are general guides to evaluate items in Tk20:
Assessing a Portfolio - Applies to initial and advanced licensure portfolios
How to Evaluate Student Dispositions - use if you are teaching a class where we evaluate dispositions
Contact the program faculty regarding your requirements
Please contact our local Tk20/Watermark support via email: firstname.lastname@example.org